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Photos/Weights: Mares, Moreno are Ready For Battle

LOS ANGELES, CA - Abner Mares (L) and Anselmo Moreno pose during a weigh in ahead of their WBC super bantamweight Championship fight at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. Mares-Moreno headlines a Showtime televised tripleheader. Mares came in at 121.8-pounds, while Moreno was a pound under at 120.8. Photos by Esther Lin/Showtime.

LEO SANTA CRUZ – 117.6 Pounds

VICTOR ZALETA – 117 Pounds

ALFREDO ANGULO – 154 Pounds

RAUL CASAREZ – 153.8 Pounds

SHOWTIME EXTREME – 8:00 p.m. ET/PT (Delayed on the West Coast)

NATHAN CLEVERLY – 174.4 Pounds

SHAWN HAWK – 170.8 Pounds

ANTONIO OROZCO – 141 Pounds

DANNY ESCOBAR – 141.4 Pounds

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by JeromyM on 11-09-2012

I was shocked Angulo didn't come in overweight due to the size of that hair...

Comment by ShoulderRoll on 11-09-2012

This is going to be a great fight, I can't wait. :boxing:

Comment by Pacdbest on 11-09-2012

Moreno will school Mares! I dont know why boxing people are dissapointed why Donaire-Mares hasnt happened? That's a Mismatch! This fight will answer it!

Comment by kiaba360 on 11-09-2012

Moreno is about to put on a boxing clinic! He has the best opponent available, so I can only imagine how motivated he is to put in work. Mares better bring all his grit and try to rough Moreno up.

Comment by mathed on 11-09-2012

It should be a very technical fight, one in which I feel Mares will win.

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